We expect much in 2019-A fruitful year for training pastors

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Connect and grow with fellow pastoral trainers.  Major ease-of-use improvements to our social networking platform to help you engage with pastoral trainers, share your training interests and expand your reach.

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Access the latest pastoral training resources. The GProLearning website hosts thousands of free downloadable resources designed to help serve pastoral trainers and pastoral leaders alike in the shared goal of thinking, preaching, living, and serving biblically.

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Learn about exciting pastoral training events near you on our global event calendar

GProCentral

The GProCentral team includes thirteen colleagues spread across eight nations and eleven time zones who speak ten-plus languages and are directly communicating (via phone calls, messages and emails) with thousands of trainers of pastors and pastoral leaders. The GProCentral team seeks to connect, unite and strengthen pastors and trainers of pastors and also to receive reports on their various training activities.

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Listen as Dr. Ramesh Richard explains the needs, goals, implementation, and projected outcomes of the Global Proclamation Commission. Dr. Richard is the founder and president of RREACH, the global proclamation ministry behind the GProCommission and each of its elements.

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Latest Articles

April 25, 2019
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5 Challenges With Being A Local Pastor (or Leader) in the Age of Social Media

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish) Français (French) العربية (Arabic)Social media is changing you and me in more profound ways than any of us imagine. Like a growing number of people, I’m increasingly concerned with how addictive tech has become, and am leaning in on the arguments that some like Roger McNamee (who has a fascinating conversation with Sam Harris here) and Tristan Harris make that social is addicting us to outrage and challenging the underpinnings of what we’ve known as civilization. If you’re interested, for a good introduction on how tech is manipulating how you think, check out this article from The Guardian. […]
April 23, 2019
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Leading With Courage and Compassion

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish) Français (French) العربية (Arabic)   Mikel Del Rosario Welcome to The Table where we discuss issues of God and culture. I’m Mikel Del Rosario, Cultural Engagement Manager at the Hendricks Center. And today our topic is leading with courage and compassion. I have two guests in the studio today. First guest is Dr. Darrell Bock, Executive Director of Cultural Engagement and Senior Research Professor of New Testament at Dallas Seminary. Welcome, Darrell. Dr. Darrell Bock I’m glad to be here. Mikel Del Rosario Thanks for being one of our expert guests today. […]
April 16, 2019
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How to Grow as a Leader as Your Church Grows

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish) Français (French) العربية (Arabic)There has been a lot written about church growth barriers, what they are, how to break them and get past them. The reality, though, is a church will only grow as much as the leader grows. Every church experiences barriers at different points, but they are usually around the same size: 60, 100, 200, 400, 800, etc. While barriers can happen at other times, these are usually the ones discussed. I was talking to someone the other day about how things change at different times in a church, and […]